FILM PLATFORM connects audiences with leading documentary films from across the world.
Our collection is meticulously curated by film experts and leading academics to showcase meaningful documentaries of social, political, and cultural importance. Each of our films upholds the highest standards and speaks directly to today’s most pressing topics and concerns.
Expanding educational accessibility to documentaries to maximize the impact and extend the life cycle of the film is what we specialize in, using data analyses and business intelligence systems.
We are a double baseline company that promotes critical thinking in the classroom and equip our audiences with tools to navigate some of the most pressing issues of our time. We help facilitate pertinent discussions that surround our films and make them central to the current academic conversation.
We work with organizations ranging from higher education, K-12, nonprofit, government organizations, and corporations to create awareness, spark debate, and inspire change. The growing preference for visual learning is our opportunity and we strive to support media literacy and the use of documentary storytelling as a part of educational programs.
We partner with organizations to create data-driven impact campaigns meant to open minds and rethink systems.
America to Me, real talk campaign - now in its 3rd year, has thus far reached thousands of educators nationwide with free access and accompanying lesson plan to the groundbreaking series about equity and inclusion
Ernie and Joe: Crises Cop impact campaign changing the way police respond to mental health calls has already exposed 45,000 plus law enforcement officers around the states
Storm Lake in partnership with The News Literacy Project has provided free access to a film-centric course demonstrating the survival of equitable and sustainable communities and a functioning democracy.
Bringing keynote speakers together from academia and film for discussions on some of the most zeitgeist and pertinent topics today.
Listen to Sundance Film Festival director Tabatha Jackson, Noble Prize Winner Jennifer Doudna, Founder of Partners In Health Paul Farmer, and Emmy-Award Winner Matthew Heineman and more discuss crucial films from some of our recent events….